WTC Final: Kyle Jamieson picked up a five-wicket haul before opener Devon Conway

Jun 21 2021 12:48 PM
WTC Final: Kyle Jamieson picked up a five-wicket haul before opener Devon Conway

London: Lambi-sized pacer Kyle Jamieson)l took five wickets in the innings for the fifth time in his eighth Test. Opening batsman Devon Conway then scored a fifty in the third match in a row. New Zealand clinched the third day of the World Test Championship final, ICC WTC Final 2021 against Team India.

Team India were bowled out for 217 in the first innings. New Zealand were 101 for two at stumps half an hour ago due to poor light on the third day.  Team India is 116 runs ahead of him in this way right now. The Indian bowlers did not get the swing like the Kiwi bowlers, but they used the seam well. New Zealand's opening pair Tom Latham (30 off 104 balls) and Conway (54 off 153 balls) however did not allow them to succeed for 34 overs and shared a 70-run stand in the meantime.

Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami also bowled with a good line length along with Jasprit Bumrah but failed to pick up more wickets. All this pressure finally paid off to Ravichandran Ashwin whose flight-taking ball Latham caught Virat Kohli at extra cover in an attempt to drive. Kohli, meanwhile, made steady changes in bowling and Conway played a loose shot in Ishant Sharma's new spell to give Shami an easy catch at midon. The day's play was declared over after this over. By that time, skipper Kane Williamson is on 12 and veteran Ross Taylor is on the crease for a duck.

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